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Peter Steiner

Peter Steiner is the author of the critically acclaimed Louis Morgon series of crime novels. He is also a cartoonist for The New Yorker and is the creator of one of the most famous cartoons of the technological age which prompted the adage, ‘On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.’  He lives in Sharon, CT. His new novel is The Constant Man, a Willi Geismeier thriller.


The Constant Man (A Willi Geismeier thriller, 2)

(Severn House, Paperback, $17.95 )

The Inconvenient German (A Willi Geismeier thriller, 3)

(Severn House, Hardcover, $29.99, November 1, 2022)

Steiner writes with crisp prose, using just a few crucial sentences to set a scene and unfurl the action . . . He does an excellent job of developing our empathy for each of the principal characters. Historical Novel Society on The Good Cop

A disturbing, menacing novel . . . Strongly recommended for all readers interested in this era or in a free press. Fans of Rebecca Cantrell's "Hannah Vogel" series will recognize the bleak atmosphere. Library Journal Starred Review of The Good Cop, September PICK OF THE MONTH